Kojo Issaka Anyagri
Pastor Kojo Issaka Anyagri [Pastor Kojo]
Pastor Kojo is a new addition to Face to Faith Ministry; he works in Zebilla, upper East Ghana. A key position as Ghana shares boundaries with Burkina Faso and Togo. He obtained his Diploma of Missions in 2002. In the same year, he was awarded the outstanding missionary who performed best in church planting. He was ordained in 2005, attended several courses about missions from Agape institution of missions.
In 2014, He received training in Agriculture and animal husbandry from the University of Ghana Legion. Before then he held a duel role at Nalerigu Baptist Medical center working as a record keeper and in the chaplaincy sharing the gospel to the patients and giving them comfort 1994 to 1999. His Tribal forefathers called Ayoot Tiah migrated from Burkina Faso years before
he was born. Pastor Kojo is the second born of 8 children. He accepted Christ as his personal Savior in 1986. Kojo’s grandfather was a strong traditional [Witchcraft] believer, when you came to his house you would find it full of gods.
HOW THE CALL BEGAN
[Kojo] It came a time that I develop the desire of going to villages sharing the gospel to the lost. I would use old bicycle to village because when I see a person not being a Christian it pains me to let the person turn to Christ. The pastor during that time sees the call in me but I did not see it . I was a best organizer in organizing things if l was assigned to do something, I always do it very well, in our prayer meetings different pastors tell me to respond to the call. It happened that the Lord sent resources to sponsor four people to bible school. I was the first person to be informed by our pastor that I would be going to the Northern Theological Baptist Training Center in Tamale. Now I’m blessed to be part of a powerful Evangelistic Organization and share Christ in three different countries, Ghana, Burkina Faso and Togo.